Shervin Pishevar was born in the year 1974. He is a famous American-Iran entrepreneur. Pishevar immigrated to the US while he was still a young boy. He was born in Tehran, Iran. He was partly raised in Iran. His parents were Abraham Pishevar, and his mother was Eshrat Pishevar. Abraham Pishevar worked as a radio and television executive manager in a local media station in Tehran, Iran. However, his stay in Tehran was short-lived as he was forced to migrate to the US. His name was placed on the Ayatollah Khomeini’s execution document. This shocked Abraham. Together with his colleagues, they were accused of broadcasting information that assisted Iranians to leave Iran to other foreign nations.
Abraham thought of a plan and relocated to the US. When he got to the States, he worked as a cab driver. He used to operate in Silver Spring, Maryland. Eighteen months later, Abraham was joined by his family in the United States. You can only imagine his joy when he got to meet his family. Before he relocated to the US, Abraham had already pursued a masters in Mass Communication. Abraham continued to work as a cab driver and managed to join the University of Howard where he graduated with a PhD in Mass Communication.
Shervin Pishevar was a genius at a very young age. He got the opportunity to join Montgomery Blair High School. The institution was a math and science magnet school. Shervin Pishevar outshined all other students when he campaigned and won the elections to be a member of the Montgomery Blair high school education board.
While still a board member, Shervin Pishevar proposed a $10 levy that was to be paid by the taxpayers in the county. He proposed that the funds be injected into the school’s mechanics and woodworking classes. He was so smart that he even started scientific research on Megainin peptides. At one time Shervin Pishevar received a Presidential Fellowship so he could further his studies. Shervin Pishevar was awarded an Ellis Island medal of honour in years 2015 and 2016. He was also appointed by former US President Barrack Obama to the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship board.